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In today’s news: 16-year-old pianist wins BBC Young Musician 2018, BBC Philharmonic invites audiences to keep their phones on, forgotten suffragette is remembered in musical, Leonard Bernstein is remembered by Wachholtz Verlag in book, and Samuel Hasselhorn wins Queen Elizabeth competition in Belgium.

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Pianist Lauren Zhang wins BBC Young Musician 2018

16-year-old pianist Lauren Zhang has been crowned BBC Young Musician 2018.

BBC Philharmonic invites audiences to keep their phones on in ‘Philharmonic Lab’ concerts

As part of a challenge to traditional classical concert behaviour, the BBC Philharmonic will be inviting audiences to keep their mobiles phones on during next season’s Philharmonic Lab concerts.

Classic FM

The nation’s favourite piece of wedding music has been revealed

A few weeks ago, we asked you to vote for your favourite piece of wedding music so we could find out which matrimonial melody really is the nation’s favourite.

The New York Times

In New York High Schools, the Sound of Music Is Muted

At Pelham Preparatory Academy in the Bronx, Steven Oquendo is trying to keep a small band alive by recruiting students from different schools that share the former Christopher Columbus High School campus.

The Guardian

The forgotten suffragette jailed for blowing up a post box

The eventful life of Lady Rhondda, who fought to allow women in the House of Lords, is celebrated in a new musical.

SWR2

Auch Verleihung des Echo Jazz entfällt

Trotz Echo-Chaos war die Verleihung der Echo-Jazz-Preise für Ende Mai in Hamburg geplant. Jetzt wurde die Feier zur Verleihung aber ersatzlos abgesagt. Die Preise gibt es auf Wunsch trotzdem.

Kultur Port

SHMF feiert 100 Jahre Leonard Bernstein

Leonard Bernstein, Mitgründer des Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival (SHMF) und des internationalen Festivalorchesters, 100 Jahre alt geworden. Anlässlich dieses Geburtstags widmet der Wachholtz Verlag dem Dirigenten, Komponisten und Musikpädagogen einen Bildband. Das SHMF setzt außerdem einen programmatischen Schwerpunkt und bietet dem Publikum hochkarätig besetzte Konzerte.

Klassik Info

Festspielhaus Baden-Baden und Berliner Philharmoniker setzen Zusammenarbeit fort

Das Festspielhaus Baden-Baden und die Berliner Philharmoniker haben einen Vertrag zur Fortsetzung der Osterfestspiele unterzeichnet.

France Musique

Le baryton allemand Samuel Hasselhorn remporte l’édition 2018 du Concours Reine Elisabeth

Samuel Hasselhorn, un baryton allemand de 27 ans, a été nommé lauréat de l’édition 2018 du concours Reine Elisabeth en Belgique.

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Children practise at the Pelham Preparatory Academy in the Bronx © Sara Naomi Lewkowicz for The New York Times

(Written on May 14, 2018 )

In today’s news, Joshua Bell is teaming up with Sony Playstation to launch a brand new virtual reality music experience, and an interview with German soprano Simone Kermes, and an exhibition on Siegfried Wagner and his personality. Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival (SHMF) takes place from 1st July to 27th August, Philadelphia Orchestra and Music Director Yannick announce 2017-18 season, and Bobbi McFerren conducts and sings Vivaldi’s double cello concerto. One of Britain’s foremost orchestras is setting up the Hallé Music Free School, and Spotify begins to produce its own content beginning with three music-themed shows.

The Times

Orchestra’s new free school will give pupils a rousing education

One of Britain’s foremost orchestras is setting up the Hallé Music Free School, which promises an outstanding music education at a state school.

Music Week

Attitude Is Everything CEO Suzanne Bull appointed Government’s sector champion to the music industry

Attitude Is Everything CEO Suzanne Bull has been appointed as sector champion for the music industry to drive forward the Government’s ambition to tackle the issues faced by disabled people as consumers.

Classical Music Magazine

Leeds Lieder 2017 to explore ‘Songs of Travel’

The festival, which will take place 21-23 April, will open with a recital by baritone Simon Keenlyside and pianist and Festival artistic director Joseph Middleton, featuring Schubert’s Schwanengesang, excerpts from Vaughan Williams’s Songs of Travel, and songs by Sibelius.

The Guardian

Chaucer, the opera: how to make Middle English sing

Immersing himself in Chaucer’s world to write the libretto for the Tale of Januarie, Stephen Plaice found plenty of inspiration in its vivacity and unabashed bawdiness, and a writer who still has plenty to teach us today.

Tech Radar

Spotify enters the realm of original podcasts with three music-based series

It’s been a while since Spotify introduced the ability to stream podcasts through its app, but it’s now taking the next logical step and producing its own content, with the introduction of three music-themed shows.

USA Today

Joshua Bell: VR could popularize classical music

Superstar Grammy-winning violinist Joshua Bell is teaming up with Sony Playstation to launch a brand new virtual reality music experience on PlayStation VR.

Die Morgenpost

Simone Kermes: “Wer geht heute schon noch in die Oper?”

Am Dienstag tritt sie im Konzerthaus auf: Simone Kermes ist die Lady Gaga der Klassik. Und glaubt nicht mehr an deren Zukunft.

Der Tagesspiegel

Bayreuther Beziehungskisten

Wer war Siegfried Wagner? Ein Genie im Schatten? Ein politischer Duckmäuser? Das Schwule Museum Berlin begibt sich auf Spurensuche

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Musikalische Grenzen sprengen

In diesem Jahr stellt das Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival (SHMF) vom 1. Juli bis zum 27. August den israelischen Mandolinenvirtuosen Avi Avital ins Zentrum seines Programms

WQXR Blog

Watch: Bobby McFerrin Conducts — and Sings — Vivaldi’s Double Cello Concerto

Bobby McFerrin possesses a malleable, fluid talent that’s allowed him to make a statement in a number of diverse musical stylings

boradwayworld.com

Philadelphia Orchestra and Director Yannick Announce 2017-18 Season – Tosca, WEST SIDE STORY and More!

Philadelphia Orchestra Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin and President and CEO Allison Vulgamore today released The Philadelphia Orchestra’s 2017-18 season.

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Classical Music News‏  Death of a vital Italian modernist

Music History   in 1876 FP of Edvard ‘s incidental music for Ibsen’s play Peer Gynt.

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(Written on February 24, 2017 )

Classical News

In our news today, 16 year old boy wins Senior Menuhin Competition, UK is once again the world’s No.3 music market and Southbank Centre announces new board appointments. Also, 2016 BBC Proms sells Promming tickets online for the first time and Beyonce gives lessons in classical music.

The Strad

Ziyu He wins Menuhin Competition 2016 Senior Division

Ziyu He has been named the winner of the Menuhin Competition 2016 Senior Division, following a Final held at London’s Royal Festival Hall this evening.

Yesong Sophie Lee wins Menuhin Competition 2016 Junior Division

Yesong Sophie Lee has been named the winner of the Menuhin Competition 2016 Junior Division, following a Final held at London’s Royal Academy of Music this evening.

The Telegraph

Mozart to Beyonce: a lesson in classical music by Radio 3

She may not be to the usual taste of Radio 3 listeners. But pop singer Beyonce is to help introduce a new generation to the wonders of classical music, as the BBC launches a ‘beginner’s guide’ show for the masses.

music week

UK reclaims spot as No. 3 global music market

The UK is once again the world’s No.3 music market, having overtaken Germany, according to figures from the IFPI.

Classical Music Magazine

Southbank Centre announces new board appointments

Southbank Centre has appointed violinist Nicola Benedetti, visual effects pioneer Sir William Sargent, UK property and development leader Michael Hussey and publishing director Venetia Butterfield to its board of governors.

Promming tickets go online for first time in 2016

Concert-goers at the 2016 BBC Proms will be able to purchase Promming tickets online for the first time in the event’s history.

Classicalite

Wilco’s Glenn Kotche Performs ‘Ilimaq,’ John Luther Adams’ Drum Kit Opera

Glenn Kotche, Wilco drummer and contemporary classical renaissance man, will perform his collaboration with composer John Luther Adams in St. Louis this week.

abc news

Bus Carrying Indian Opera Troupe Members Crash, 25 Dead

Police say a bus carrying members of an opera troupe plunged into a gorge in an India forest, killing at least 25 people and leaving another 11 critically injured.

nmz

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern stockt Kulturförderung um zwei Millionen Euro auf

Kulturvereine, Literaturhäuser und Bibliotheken in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern können mit mehr finanzieller Hilfe des Landes rechnen.

Pizzicato

Rektor des Mozarteums vorläufig beurlaubt

Nachdem sich der Universitätsrat zunächst hinter Rektor Siegfried Mauser gestellt hatte, der sich diese Woche in München vor Gericht wegen sexueller Nötigung verantworten muss, hat er ihn jetzt auf eigenen Wunsch vorläufig beurlaubt.

Codex flores

Anna Clyne Preisträgerin des Hindemith-Preises 2016

Die in New York lebende britische Komponistin Anna Clyne erhält in diesem Jahr den mit 20’000 Euro dotierten Hindemith-Preis, den das Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival vergibt.

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@MenuhinComp: 1st Prize winner of senior section is Ziyu He from China. Congratulations!

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Concert-goers at the 2016 BBC Proms will be able to purchase Promming tickets online for the first time in the event’s history. Photograph: Christina Kenny / published by Classical Music Magazine

(Written on April 18, 2016 )

Classical News

In today’s news, The Telegraph confirms that The National Gallery is proposing an original exhibition combining painting and music, BR Klassik announces the death of “heroic” Tenor Jon Vickers and Director JJ Abrams explains the importance of orchestral music in movies.

The Times

Daniel Barenboim on why El Sistema is flawed and why London doesn’t need another concert hall

By his own Promethean standards, Daniel Barenboim’s appearance at this summer’s BBC Proms is a stroll in the park.

The Telegraph

What do paintings sound like?

The National Gallery is giving its best loved works a musical accompaniment. Helen Brown meets the composers

ENO’s John Berry: surly but talented

The artistic director of ENO, is leaving his job. Rupert Christiansen assesses his turbulent tenure

The Independent

Carly Paoli: Lorry driver’s daughter on road to opera stardom

A lorry driver’s daughter from Mansfield will next week realise a dream as she takes the stage where the Three Tenors – Jose Carreras, Luciano Pavarotti and Placido Domingo – debuted together a quarter of a century ago.

Arts Beat

Ludovic Morlot Extends Contract With Seattle Symphony

The dynamic French conductor Ludovic Morlot has extended his contract as music director of the Seattle Symphony for two more years through August 2019, the orchestra announced Friday.

BR Klassik

Heldentenor stirbt mit 88 Jahren

Jon Vickers nahm man das Etikett “Held” in der Bühnenhandlung ab – und den Begriff “Heldentenor” erfüllte er tönend. Nun ist der Sänger im Alter von 88 Jahren verstorben, wie seine Familie dem Royal Opera House mitgeteilt hat.

Musik heute

Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival eröffnet – Erinnerung an völkerverbindende Kraft der Musik

Das 30. Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival hat offiziell begonnen. “Die Menschen im Land fiebern dem Festival entgegen, jetzt geht es endlich los”, sagte Schleswig-Holsteins Ministerpräsident Torsten Albig zur Eröffnung.

Codex Florex

Rema Early Music Award für Schola Cantorum Basiliensis

Als Europäisches Netzwerk für Alte Musik vereinigt Rema (Réseau Européen de Musique Ancienne) 60 Organisationen und Festivals aus 21 Ländern, die auf Alte Musik spezialisiert sind. Der erstmalig vergebene Rema Early Music Award geht an die Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, einen Sonderpreis erhält das Hilliard Ensemble.

The New York Times

Roy C. Bennett, Part of Midcentury Songwriting Duo, Dies at 96

Roy C. Bennett, who with his partner, Sid Tepper, wrote songs that were recorded by a wide roster of midcentury pop singers, including the titles “Red Roses for a Blue Lady,” “Kiss of Fire” and “The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane,” died on July 2 in Queens. He was 96.

Adaptistration

Listen To Star Wars: The Force Awakens Director JJ Abrams Talk About The Importance Of Orchestral Music

If you’re feeling down over the impending death of classical music (don’t worry, it’s not dying) then take a moment to watch this clip of the 7/10/2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens comic-con panel featuring director JJ Abrams talk about the importance of orchestral music.

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France Musique: : Lang Lang quitte la scène pour se rendre aux toilettes… et la salle se vide

musique-classique.fr: “Au moment de son départ il écoutait l’hymne à la joie de Beethoven” Hommage à Gunther Schuller (chef) décédé hier

Soundscapes National Gallery FOR EXHIBITION REVIEW ONLY Lake Keitele  Akseli Gallen-Kallela 1905

Canvas: Lake Keitele from Akseli Gallen-Kallela’s (1905)

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Written on July 13, 2015 )